Small bowl made of British stoneware Mason Cash. Pudding bowl in old pink with motif of blooming roses, diameter 16 cm, volume 900 ml. Part of the "floral" collection In the Meadow, in which every passionate baker will find his bowl or dish. More
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Mason Cash In The Meadow Rose bowl 16 cm, pink
With a volume of 900 ml, you can let your sourdough starter rise in the bowl or use it for storage, for examplefor storing milk for making homemade cottage cheese or for storing bulk ingredients for baking. The English name pudding bowl evokes a pudding bowl, but the English pudding is a completely different kind of creation than we know it in our country. The bowl is decorated with a relief depicting blooming roses and meadow flowers to fit in with the concept of the In the Meadow collection.
Enjoy baking with an icon whose tradition of production dates back to 1901, when the pottery Mason Cash created the first ever casserole dish, whose shape and design have withstood the ravages of time and in turn become a design classic. Let the blooming meadow and genius loci of the English original permeate your kitchen, the floral elegance of the collection is characterised by embossed flowers in a beautiful palette of colours, from soft pastels to decadent purples.
- Diameter: 16 cm
- Height: 9 cm
- Volume: 0.9 l
- Dishwasher safe
In The Meadow Collection
Bring floral elegance to your kitchen with the beautiful In the Meadow collection. Each bowl is inspired by its own unique flower and features delicate flower meadow reliefs in a gorgeous colour palette that ranges from soft pastels to decadent purples. Whether you choose a classic cream bowl featuring roses or a cheerful yellow with daffodils, the collection offers bowls suitable for any baker.
Mason Cash = pieces of old England that you just have to love
The origins of the brand, under which sumptuous English stoneware is sold, go back to the pottery in the town of Church Gresley in the early 19th century. at the heart of the English pottery industry. The town was close to both sources of raw material and the fuel needed for the kilns, and was perfectly situated for transport. The pottery industry prospered, characterised by white and cane-coloured kitchen vessels as a result of the colouring of the local clay. Initially the pottery was run by several masters, the most prominent of whom was William "Bossy" Mason, after whom it was eventually named. In 1901, Tom Cash bought the firm and renamed it Mason Cash & Co, and in the same year the firsticonic bowl, the design of which has seen little change to this day. And yet it still has a place in today's kitchen. Or is that why?
Thanks to its wide range, which includes not only kneading bowls, but also, for example, baking bowls, ceramic measuring cup s for various ingredients, multifunctional kitchen utensils or dining sets , you will love and really enjoy the products of this brand.
An icon of British design
The crockery, made of high-quality stoneware, is heavier than ceramic or otherIt is also much more resistant to abrasion or scratches. You'll be really surprised at how light the cookware is . The weight of the cookware is perfectly distributed, so that not only does it remain light when stirring or kneadingthe stoneware stays in place, but surprisingly, you'll also have no problem holding it in one hand.